ESTERO BAY NEWS | October 8 through October 22, 2020 | Current Edition https://esterobaynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/EBN-10-8-20.pdf Documents referenced in OPEN LETTER re: WRF size -- are found through the following URLs. ...the new WRF has two separate units for treating incoming sewage and each one has the capacity to process 8.14 million gallons a… Continue reading LOCAL NEWS
RADIO SHOW | DOWN HOME DEMOCRACY – What's Go'in On? | 97.3/107.9FM – THE ROCK | Airs LIVE every third Saturday of the month @ 2:00PM – 2:30PM | Broadcast available two weeks following LIVE @ http://esterobayradio.org/ Jeff Heller is sharing what he has learned as a freshman council member, and discussing how residents can/should get involved with local… Continue reading IMPORTANT EVENTS!
We asked you to vote "no" again! For over a year, CAL had been following the City's guidelines on how-to-vote-no on Prop 218. However, CC Special Meeting of June 13, 2018, MB City implemented a changed process for protesting proposed water/sewer rate increases, and mailed out their specific ballot to property owners and ratepayers. CAL thanks ALL… Continue reading Thoughts about Sewer/Water rate increases!
CALs REVIEW OF THE CITY’S LOAN APPLICATION FOR LOW INTEREST FEDERAL FINANCING The City of Morro Bay has applied for a low interest (2.5%) federally financed loan (WIFIA) in the amount of $82 million dollars, which is half of the $167 million dollars budgeted for the new sewer project. Many community members, have reviewed… Continue reading EPA Loan (WIFIA)
Citizens for Affordable Living (CAL) is a grassroots, general purpose committee registered with the Fair Political Practices Commission (#1396018) in Sacramento. Our mission is to maintain affordable coastal living in Morro Bay. Our current focus is to stop the proposed $167,000,000 sewer project. In 2015 our water and sewer rates were increased to build a… Continue reading About Citizens for Affordable Living MB